• Serving Up Shame: Freedom from the Emotions that Originate from Alcoholic Parents

  • The Blue Rainbow Series
  • By: Barb Bailey
  • Narrated by: Barb Bailey
  • Length: 1 hr and 23 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 09-23-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Barb Bailey
  • 4.5 (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Have you grown up in a home where at least one of your parents were addicted to alcohol or some other substance?
Have you noticed that many of the emotions that impacted you as a child are still affecting you today?
Shame is one of the leading emotions that stem from growing up in a dysfunctional house hold. Feelings of shame are usually experienced in the form of self-hatred. One who feels shame can see the world as a place of suffering and loneliness - but you have the ability to set these hurtful feelings free!
In this audiobook, you'll discover a proven method that'll guide you on how to let go of these painful emotions. At the end of this book is my gently guided "letting go of shame" meditation.
The Blue Rainbow series is a collection of purposely short teachings and complimentary corresponding meditations. They have been created to convey single-focused topics. These topics teach and guide you on how you can let go of negative painful emotions.
©2015 Barb Bailey (P)2015 Barb Bailey
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By Shari Marshall on 11-07-16

Good read for overcoming shame

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The book teaches us how we can overcome shame. It discussed about that shame is one of the leading emotions that comes from growing up in a dysfunctional household. It is expressed in the form of self-hatred. A very helpful and has proven method that will guide you on how to let go of these painful emotions. Good read for overcoming shame!

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By sharmila on 11-06-16

Informative book

This book teaches us how we can overcome shame. That we should surrender to this feeling and eventually get over pass it. This book is well paced, and makes you feel that you are not alone. There are techniques presented such as journal ling and meditation that would help up to free ourselves from self hatred. It teaches us this form of self expression,feel positive shift physically and emotionally.

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